Introduction to Location Sound Recording

Schedule
date: 
Sunday, July 9, 2017 - 10:00am - 6:00pm
Cost
Members: 
$100
Non-members: 
$125
Enrolment is limited to: 
8

Learn the basics of location sound recording in this workshop that covers foundational theory and hands-on practice. This workshop will take you through professional recording techniques and the responsibilities of the sound team. Learn the operation of LIFT’s recorders, microphones and mixers. By far the biggest technical shortcoming of many videos and independent films is the sound. Give your project a boost with this workshop covering one of the most important jobs on set.

 
This course is recommended as a companion to Introduction to Post-Production Sound for Filmmakers and Producers workshop.

 

Instructor: 

Zoe Mapp is a Toronto based location sound recordist and boom operator for film and television. As a NABET member with over nine years experience working in the industry, she has worked on critically acclaimed shows such as Orphan Black, Rookie Blue, and Schitts Creek. Zoe received her BFA from Concordia University in Film Production. She began her career recording and mixing for documentary, and has since worked on projects ranging from abstract sound installations to broadcast news, features, and episodic television series.